Best Bondage Erotica 2014

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Bondage is about two things, first about seduction and yielding and second about accessories. Rachel Kramer Bussel’s Best Bondage Erotica: 2014 emphasizes both aspects—of the freedom that can be found in restraint, in the giving in to the will of another human being—being safe and sane at same time that is, and in enjoying the hell out of some toys. A perfect example of this is in “Eel” by Annabeth Leong. Physical restraint leads to ecstatic pleasure. The theme is repeated in Raziel Moore’s “My Own Device” and “Roping the Cowboy” by Teresa Noelle Roberts. And it doesn’t matter if they players are new to the scene or have been together for twenty years, they still find ways to connect. Because that is what sex is all about, kinky or otherwise. It’s about finding that connection and being able to enjoy and be enjoyed by a partner. There’s a kindness in the appearance of cruelty. As one woman says to her husband in “The Neckcloth” by Annabel Joseph, “If only you loved me! You would not treat me this way.” “To the contrary,” he said… “I treat you this way because I do love you…You are mine.”

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Author Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 236 pages
Publisher Cleis Press
Publish Date 2014-Jan-07
ISBN 9781627780124
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Issue March 2014
Category Erotica
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